Activist, performer, and pioneer Buck Angel joins Emily and Sarah on “Is This Normal?” Thursday, September 13 at 7 p.m. PT. Buck Angel was born female and survived a tumultuous and anguished youth to become the successful self-made man he is today. Parlaying the self-esteem and confidence he garnered through his sex change, he made history as the world’s first female-to-male transsexual (FTM) adult entertainer. In 2007, he became the first FTM to win the prestigious Transsexual Performer of the Year Award from AVN. Buck Angel is also a groundbreaking filmmaker who has produced a series of public service announcements on seldom-discussed topics, and a unique pair of documentaries about transmen’s sexuality; one for the mainstream and the other, an explicit adult version. He’s an entrepreneur who has gone from pioneering a new adult industry niche to appearing in mainstream media. More recently, he’s become a motivational speaker, educating people about sexuality and gender, with a universal message of learning to love one’s self. As an icon of popular culture Buck Angel has been featured in every imaginable media outlet: television, radio, web, and print.
“Is This Normal?” is a webcast presented by The Center for Positive Sexuality on sex and sexual issues hosted by Emily and Sarah. The show is broadcast through Creative Sexuality. Viewing this show does not require a membership, however if you haven’t seen a broadcast through our new system, you will be asked to download a small amount of software. Please allow yourself 5-10 minutes before the show to allow this to occur. Clips from previous shows can be found on our Youtube Channel.
“Is This Normal?” deals with all sorts of sexual topics, ranging from basic sex education to gay and lesbian issues to kink and alternative sexualities. The show features guests from the academic field and from the various alternative lifestyles, reviews on current sex research and recent discoveries, sex in the news from around the world, demonstrations, and other fun stuff.
Ms Prior named the program based on her experiences in teaching and lecturing on sex and sexuality topics. “In all the consulting and teaching I’ve done, the most frequent question I get is “Am I normal?” or “Is this normal?”
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